Linear Equations in Two Variables – Practice Problems

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When a linear equation has two coefficients it is called a linear equation with two variables. Using a table or graph is useful when working with a linear equation with two variables, as they may help you understand the relationship between the two variables better. Learn how to set-up linear equations in two variables by helping Francis and Claire figure out the number of boxes of cookies they’ll need to sell in order to beat Zoe’s record last year in the “Cookie Craze Annual Fund Raiser”. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSA.CED.A.2

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Solve the linear equation.
Complete the Table.
Identify the solutions to the linear equations with two variables.
Determine the corresponding value which makes $3t+6p=750$ true.
Find $c$ when $s=60$ and when $s=80$.
Sort the solutions to the linear equations with two variables.